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hour. cloudy skies with rain moving in. temperatures are on the cold side. look at these windchills, sitting at 35 in gaithersburg, 38 at the airport and 37 in manassas. once again, this will not be a big event for us. i'll come back and tell you what the big event will be, though, in just a minute. >>> a live look at reagan national airport where a number of flights heading north have been canceled already. united airlines suspended most of its service this afternoon. american airlines joined in. canceling flights to philadelphia. most airlines are warning passengers they need to reschedule and waiving some flight fees. >>> after his victory last night, president obama and the first family are due back in washington this hour. his long day started with the early-morning victory speech. soon he needs to get back to work with congress to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. keith russell is tracking the president's travel today. keith? >> hey, wendy. president obama and the first family are running a little bit behind schedule. they were supposed to be landing back our way in the next f
're talking windchills. take a look, 32 in winchester,s 37 in leesburg, 37 in gaithersbu gaithersburg, cold night, but we're in for a warm-up. i'll tell you all about it in my forecast. >>> tomorrow, president obama will deliver a speech on the economy from the white house. it will be his first address since election night, and it is on the eventuality of what they're calling a fiscal cliff. that's the term being used for automatic across the board cuts that were part of the 2011 budget compromise. if congress does not reach a budget deal, those cuts take effect next year. today virginia's governor bob mcdonnell ordered state agencies to cut their budgets by 4% to prepare for that possibility. >>> there is a new effort to stop a casino from coming to prince george's county. some residents filed a civil suit against question 7 today. they say a casino would compromise their quality of life. the lawsuit itself is based on voter turnout. it claims that too few registered voters came to the polls to constitute the majority required to approve question 7. >>> a chapter now closed for former ariz
cold windchills. temperatures on the cool side. 44 degrees. look at the winds. northeast at 13 miles an hour. and take a look at these numbers. the windchill down to 38 in washington. 34 in martinsburg. what will this next storm bring us? what can you speck where you live as far as snow is concerned? i'll show you in my forecast. >>> coming up, a candidate in the district is arrested and charged after takedown at the polls. super storm sandy decimated homes that left millions powerless. except when it came to the power of the vote. and it could be a long night downing votes in virginia. and it is not just the presidential vote up for grabs. >> reporter: we're covering the races that matter to you live all night. we'll have live results and special web streams at nbc washington.com starting at 7:00. then i'll >>> there's already some confusion in florida on this election day. voters there got more than 12,000 automatic call saying they have until tomorrow to cast their ballots. it happened in pinelas county. the call were supposed to go out yesterday. the supervisor of elections admit
out to the college park area, 47 in gaithersburg. we'll come back and tell you what the windchills are and look ahead to the rest of the weekend. >>> but first, one of the worst bridges in our area is getting some attention, and it could put a detour in your weekend travel plans. we'll have that after the break. >>> a commuter alert about major work on one of our worst brimin the area. the bridge carrying washington boulevard has been rated poor in the past so now work is getting going to improve the inter change. that means this weekend columbia pike will be closed between south quinn street and south orem. if you need to be in that area find an alternative way to get around. in bethesda part of rockville pike will be closed between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. tomorrow. one northbound and one southbound lane will close around cedar lane. then starting at 9:00 a.m. one southbound lane will be closed between straesmore avenue and cedar cross lane. >>> it wouldn't be a weekend without some work on metro. buses will replace trains on the blue and orange lines while the rosslyn and arlingt
per hour. the winds gusting to 20 miles an hour. that puts our windchill by the way at 41 degrees. many of you are already in the 30s with the windchill. the actual temperature, windchill at 39. 41 in gaithersburg. yesterday, 72. nowhere near that number today. temperatures, 20 to 25 degrees colder as a result of that frontal boundary. the rain we saw toward the del marva, that's it. here's the shower activity. notice the yellows, the originals and the reds. that's where the sleet was coming through. through washington, baltimore, through the philadelphia region. we did see some mix on the back side of this system as it moves through. what we're really seeing is the cold air. 36 in pittsburgh. 37 that street college. 46 in roanoke and that cold air will be here for the rest of the week. that's unfortunate for many of you enjoying the last couple of days. the other side of the coin, a lot of you loving the cooler weather. it is here to say. rather breezy conditions with winds gusting to 20 miles an hour. those winds will begin to subside. and tomorrow, we're looking at a rather coo
about windchills and also look ahead for the rest of the week and the weekend. we've got the terps in town and the redskins in town. >> but up next, a landmark fishing pier destroyed by superstorm sandy. gets a new lease on life. we'll be right back. >>> the mayor of ocean city says a landmark fishable pier destroyed -- fishing pier destroyed during hurricane sandy will be rebuilt in town in time for next summer. we tell the daily times of salisbury some pilings left standing have since been taken away and they don't pose a hasrd to boaters -- hazard to voters. >>> north carolina drivers can if -- new jersey drivers can fill up the tanks again. the gas rationings ended this morning. -- rationing ended this morning. that started november 3rd in the wake of hurricane sandy. others didn't have fuel and power but now the supplies are plentiful again in new jersey. that gas rationing though does continue along long island. >>> heavy rains have triggered deadly flooding in central italy. emergency crews are using choppers to air lift people from communities completely isolated. three pe
conditions have invaded the country. everywhere in blue has a windchill of 40 degrees or lower. it's very cold in the northern plains. north dakota, minnesota, windchills in the negative numbers. 19 in chicago. and it's blustery and cold from boston through new england. of course, this time of year when you get that cold air, you're going to get the lake-effect snow. we've had it all weekend long on and off. we're getting heavy lake effect now trying to shift down towards oswego, new york and trying to sink into the syracuse area. just be careful driving on the throughway and also northern portions interstate 81. late today as we get moisture returning from the gulf, a little bit of warmer air. we may get a few strong thunderstorms here in northern louisiana down through areas of east texas. just north of houston. the threat of large hail and a little buiit of wind damage. at least one nice day today in the southeast. a little chilly in the northeast. lynn, it looks like that storm that's going to affect areas of the deep south could bring a little bit of rain and snow to some areas of th
has settled in, it's probably here to stay. these windchills is what really gets to you. that's what we had over the weekend especially great lakes and northeast and mid-atlantic. once again the windchills are the story. our friends up there in fargo, they're probably not complaining. i'm sure they don't like it, but minus six windchill already, middle of the winter-type morning for you. minneapolis has a windchill of one. kansas city, 21. so you can see, much of the country has been covered up with this really chilly air mass across the nation. we have a little bit of lake-effect snow. anyone driving, new york state throughway especially around the syracuse area, be careful. a little bit of light snow for you. then late today, the south still has a little bit of moisture left. and enough warmth that we're going to get some strong thunderstorms just outside of houston up towards east texas and northern louisiana. large hail and wind damage possible with storms late today. that storm, by the way, after a nice day on the east coast today, will slide into the mid-atlantic. there's just
. down to 48 in annapolis. 40 in leesburg and hagerstown and 39 in cumberland. windchills in pane areas in the 30s. -- many areas in the 30s. bundle up. sun glass needed later. -- sunglasses needed later. >>> the problems are beginning. if you're planning to head around town right now, you've got some problems on metro bus potentially. there's a water main break at 11th and euclid street northwest and potentially causing delays. there's also a mechanical problem on marc train 874. that's west of dufffield so be aware of potential delays because of that again. marc train 874. let's take a live look outside. if you're planning to head inbound on the 14th street bridge on to the eastbound freeway, watch out for the accident in the center lane. it's after the 3rd street tunnel. back to the maps this time to the north side of town. no issues on 270, 95, 29 heading for the beltway. let's go over to a live look at 270 which is slow route 109 to 121. an accident route 355 at old georgetown road. i'll be back with more coming up at 6:11. >>> unfolding overnight, the top u.s. commander in afghani
. that will give us a windchill low to mid-40s as we go throughout the afternoon with a high of 51. at 5:00 p.m. back down to 47 degrees. it is cold this morning. 29 in vienna. 28 lovettsville in northern loudoun county, the cold spot at 30. we have 32 in college park and andrews and fort belvoir barely above freezing now 34 degrees. outside on the michael & son weather camera, good visibility, clear skies. feels like 30 at national with those north, northwesterly winds at 8 milean hour and the dew point has fallen into the 20s. nationally it is going to be a cold day across a good part of the northern half of the country. then cool, even places like atlanta won't even hit 50 today. all the warm stuff in phoenix and florida but we do have a flow right now across the country which is generally west to east. we're not seeing any big shots of cold air now. i was checking out some of the places in the northwest territories of canada. i saw a third below zero up there so the cold is building and eventually is going to head our way. we are looking at these clouds -- maybe a few weeks when i say "ev
windchills closer to 30 for the ride home. we do have the moisture off the -- let me just go back on this. i want to back up for you and show you -- come on computer just does this to me at times. there's the bands of rain now affecting coastal areas and locally we've got what looks to be rain across areas east and south. this is not reaching the ground just yet. although as you see here along the coastal areas the much more moderate rain showers are starting to be thrown back to ocean city and rehoboth and new jersey and the air is going to get colder more so and that rain is going to be changing to snow there. it's 38 this morning in college park and bowie. it's 37 in ashburn. 38 in haymarket and 39 springfield. pretty uniform on the temps. cloudy skies on our michael & son weather camera. good visibility. 41 degrees. but it feels like 33 thanks to the north wind that brisk 14 miles per hour. but notice the spread, the humidity only 53%. from the dew point to the temperature 16 degrees that's why some of these early returns on the radar will be melting before they reach the ground. by lunc
. travis by the way fairfield 38- degrees. a little north wind at 8 means windchill is 32. for some it's cold. santa rosa is 39. concord 39. higher clouds stays to the north. you can see a lot of low 40s. mid 40s but even san jose is 44. right now everything stays up and over going into the pacific northwest. i think we are good by monday and tuesday. things start to fall apart a little bit. everything looks good. mostly sunny a few high clouds to the north. maybe a little haze. once any breeze calms down there is not much. a little bit on the coast and higher elevations. 60s on the temps. it looks like a nice day. we'll have upper 60s for some. mid 60s for others. all the way down through santa cruz and gilroy one of the few checking in. looks good into the weekend. maybe a little cooler sunday and monday. claudine. ) your time is 4:50. at least two people are dead. as many as 90 in the hospital. what authorities are blaming for a massive pileup involving more than 100 cars and trucks on a texas freeway. >>> and headed to court what fans of a controversial comedian pat williams want i
and a van in florisavannah guth. it's chilly out here. windchill about 32 degrees. but with clear skies, a lot better than the mess we saw yesterday with the rain and snow mix. so let's me give you the forecast. that storm we saw yesterday is gone. it did dump a couple inches especially in areas around the poconos, southern new england picked up an inch or so, but very minor impacts. temperatures this morning for the most part are right around freezing to just above. so especially the untreated secondary roads that saw the snow could be a little slippery. but later on this afternoon, it should be plenty warm. once the sun comes up, we'll jump up into the low 40s and that's about it for today. the breeze will make it feel like it's in the 30s. rest of the country, very cold in the middle of the nation and that remains so this morning with windchills all the way down to 38 in san antonio. but the good news is sunshine just about for everyone. the exception being the west coast, that's where all the stormy weather is. and it is a little chilly out here and i was thinking that if you were o
and northeast of town. brisk northerly wind and windchills will be a factor and tonight only dropping into the low to mid-30s. when you see this thing cranking off the coast here, the center there. now the only thing that may give us a little bit of rain or snow shower activity a little upper storm right here sort of twisting here. that's drawing the moisture back to the west and that's why we've good the cloudiness and may just see a little bit but you got to be up in baltimore to see it. look at this doppler image here. you can see the rain along the coast. there's some snow inland as you head into southwestern new jersey. bigger problems there. rain in delaware and a wintry mix as well but it's up in parts of new jersey and this goes into new england as well where when you get away from the coast that's where the snow is. the coastal areas could see winds gust 50 miles an hour or more later afternoon and this evenings -- this afternoon and this evening. temperatures upper 30s to hagerstown to winchester, 33 manassas. a 44 in town and as we look outside on our michael & son weather
. and that is just straight temperature. that's not the including the windchill. right now we have 42 in rockville. but 39 in gaithersburg. 43 bethesda but 38 up in laytonsville. low 40s great falls, fairfax and burke. 43 in arlington and 44 college park and 40 also over in bowie. so factor in the winds, well it feels like 35 in leesburg and 39 in gaithersburg. so if you're going out now, just kind of dress for the 30s if you're going to go out late, it's a tuesday night. i don't know how many people go out late on tuesday night but you never know. dress for the 20s. we're going to be dry through the week. need a jacket tonight and windchills 20s and 30s and need the jacket tomorrow. pretty much all day. so for tonight clear breezy cold. one to two blanket night. lows in the 30s and winds out of the north at 10 to 20. next three days our 9 weather alerts are green, green and green. chilly and nice on wednesday. 50. a cool but nice on thursday, 52. and still cool on friday, sunshine 54. good news about thursday and friday, not much wind. it will feel a little bit milder. next seven days, still nice
a look at the temperatures. 41 in the airport, that windchi windchill, 35 degrees. very cold out here right now. we are seeing light rain n northwest d.c. about a half hour ago. it was also coming down to pretty heavy sleet. your complete forecast coming up in just a minute. >> thanks, doug. >> the governor of new york fired his emergency management director. he apparently diverted crews to remove a tree that had fallen on his driveway in long island last week. this happened shortly after the storm ravaged new york city and crews were responding to thousands of calls all over the place. according to a state official, he wasn't even at home at the time. he was in albany, new york. >> president obama and his family are back at the white house tonight after that re-election vote last night. the obamas were all smiles as they stepped off air force one. before leaving chicago, the president stopped at his campaign head kwauquarters to w with republicans in congress. >> you e lelected us to focus o your jobs, not ours. and in the coming weeks and months, i am looking forward to reaching out
an hour, a windchill, is in effect as well. the 39 feeling like we are in the low 30s. 39 degrees in stevensville, we will do it again there. same with the winds, north at 7 miles an hour. also in chestertown , the temperature at 40 degrees now. in to the afternoon, temperatures will get warmer, we are going to stay chilly as we head throughout the day, in well below average. we look at maryland's most powerful radar, we are dry, we are scanning the skies, trying to find something but not going to find wet weather for today. this trend will linger as we go in to tomorrow. today will be a great day to still do the clean up, and also tomorrow, get out and make sure you cast your vote. we will be begin to see change in the forecast, especially as we go in to wednesday and also thursday. i'm talking about a nor'easter, that's going to work up along the coast, bringing us rain, winds, beach erosion, and also some very chilly temperatures. that's what we will be seeing today. at 8:00, temperatures cold, around 40 degrees, by lunchtime, at 48 degrees, good news is, we will get sunshine i
the west 7 miles an hour, giving us a little bit of a windchill across the area. some locations sitting in the mid-30s for the windchill, most in the 40s. actual temperature 43 in winchester, culpeper clearing skies so it's going to cool quicker, 37, right now 50 in annapolis, that with cloud cover and shower activity. look at the shower activity over the last hour. a few sprinkles around the district about an hour and a half ago. those are moving through the chesapeake, through annapolis, and down into portions of southern st. mary's river. what are we going to see? as far as the rain is concerned, we won't see much in terms of rain. look at the clearing skies behind this system. but there's yet another system on the heels that's going to come through this area during the day tomorrow. we'll start off i think with sunshine, mostly cloudy skies but at least some sun. i think we'll see sunshine during the day tomorrow that will make it feel a little better. still will be on the cool side, plenty of breezy conditions tomorrow, too. not just breezy but cool and breezy. the sun will help a
really cold, with the windchills early tomorrow morning in the upper 20s, to lower 30s in many locations. so today you walked out of the house, you might not have even needed a jacket. tomorrow you'll need the coat. staying cool through the end of the week as well. say good-bye to the nice warm temperatures. looks like our cool weather is moving back in. rain moving in this evening, rather breezy. temperatures 57 to 63 degrees. we'll continue to see the winds increase through the night. rain chances increasing, rain likely tomorrow morning. some of that will be heavy. rather windy and cold. temperatures 37 to about 42 degrees. but colder with that windchill. as we look towards tomorrow morning, this is what to expect. again, areas of heavy rain, some of it will be heavy at times. strong, gusty winds, gusts to 30 to 40 miles an hour. i expect likely delays out there on the roadways and umbrellas and coats, you'll need them both. the big umbrellas here, because we'll see the strong winds. don't think the little purse um br brel la will help you in the morning. we may get some sunshine. aga
of the bike. breezy and cold, showers. some windchills down in the 30s. we'll get rid of the rain later this morning. this afternoon we'll get into some sunshine. partly to mostly sunny. 50 degrees this afternoon with a high of 52. winds getting a little lighter, still 10 miles an hour at 6:00 with temperatures back in the upper 40s. so the front came through late last night. all of these showers behind it and touch of snow on the back side if a few areas. light to moderate showers here in d.c. the showers pick up as you get into western montgomery county, frederick here, urbana over toward tuscarora, route 15 through leesburg and down toward warrenton and approaching manassas on the west side of prince william, probably toward gainesville and haymarket seeing more. toward berryville and charles town, cabletown, those areas in west virginia seeing moderate showers. you can see when you get west now of 81, things start to lessen. that will be the trend over the morning but we're still dealing with moderate showers warrenton back to just north of culpeper now. in southern maryland, while
cool morning, down to 43 with the windchill in the upper 30s. the average high was 59. today will officially be a day above average. but the actual afternoon, well below average. 46 right now. winds out of the north northwest at 12 miles an hour. still gusting to 20 miles an hour. we do have a windchill sitting around 40 degrees. 39 in frederick, 39 in martinsburg. windchills here into the low 30s. it will be a cold night. we're talking about one of the coldest nights we've seen. radar pictures showing clear skies meaning no rain. we won't see any rain in the next few days. put away the umbrellas. you will not need them for at least three, four, five days out. our storm system came through the region earlier today. producing up to a half inch to an inch of rain and sleet. that also mixed in from time to time across portions of the i-95 corridor. that is now out of here and you can see high pressure settling in. and that means the cool, if not cold weather is settling in, too. it was rather breezy during the day today. tomorrow, we're going to stay cool. i think we'll see plen
-morning. temps in the 40s. some windchills now down in the 30s. this is after being in the up ir60s and low 70s -- upper 60s and low 70s the last couple of days. we've got the rain around. 8:00 48. by noon we should be partly to mostly cloudy. in fact some sunshine, especially west of d.c. still in the upper 40s with a brisk north wind. 10 to 15 miles an hour for the afternoon. gusting 20, 25. in fact this morning it's gusting close to 30. 50 at 4:00. i think we get enough sun, we could peak up to 52. back in the mid-40s by 8:00. 30s tonight in town. 20s north and west. the front came through. probably heard the heavy rain late last night hitting the windows. behind the front we have the rain. there's been a touch of snow in the mountains on the back edge of this. seeing light to moderate showers in d.c. we've got some breaks to our east right now but more showers are on the way. north and west of town, moderate showers from frederick up toward thurmont, emmittsburg, hagerstown, smithsburg back into martinsburg. this goes into southern loudoun county, culpeper and out 66 toward strasburg and ar
this morning so the windchills within that much lower than -- aren't that much lower than the actual temperatures upper 30s to low 40s. the bark worse than the bite on the radar here and we still have some areas of snow also at the higher elevations and some of those folks got over 30 inches of snow incredible storm that sandy was. and we're going to be recovering from sandy across east for quite some sometime. let's they can in with sam -- check in with monika samtani here with timesaver traffic. >>> georgetown pike just west of the beltway at georgetown court potential wires down. don't know about lane close yours right now -- closures right now but watch out for the activity just west of the beltway. metro orange line delays at new carolton because of earlier power problems. and penn 401 is running ten minutes late. what it looks like. first of all on the northbound side of 395 here at the 14th street bridge, no issues right now from the beltway. in delays to this point. and into the downtown area. one more last live look outside if you're planning to head here on the beltway at b
miles an hour. that gives us a windchill of 41. it is a very chilly night tonight. take a look at these numbers. gaithersburg, already down to 39 there. 39 as well toward winchester, back towards leesburg and manassas. the current temperature at 43. talking a very cool night tonight. and one thing that is going to help us, we could really get cold tonight. but with cloud cover moving in, you can see clouds beginning to make their way in. that should help temperatures stay up a little bit. but it's still going to be a very chilly night tonight. i'll let you know how cold things will be when you wake up tomorrow. and what we think now as far as the weekend and your holiday week next week coming up in the full forecast. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray announced a plan to create 100,000 new jobs for the city in the next five years. gray said the city is doing well economically. he wants a diversified work force not dependent on federal jobs. tom sherwood is here with details on his plan. >> the mayor wants high-tech jobs, more medical jobs, jobs in hospitality, more retail, the city's
in the wind we've got windchills in the 20s and 30s generally. it's 6:00 a.m. good morning monika samtani. it's almost friday not quite. >>> i think everyone is going to be really happy with the weekend. that's because we've had a couple of issues this week and this morning, it's an the northbound side of 95. it's an overturned box truck two left lanes are blocked north of route 32. let's take a live look from our mdot camera. you're going to see that traffic is jammed through the area heading northbound 95 now the southbound side is not affected by the accident so that's at least some good news traveling out of the columbia area. down to the beltway. but northbound, this is what you will have to deal with early this morning and i of course am keeping an eye on that situation. let's go back over to the maps this time head over to the other side coming in from the west. no issues to report on the dulles toll road or 66 in from center sill right now the fairfax, the lanes are open. a live look now northbound on 95 pretty much the same story. back with more on the accident in 95 at 6:11. back to
be in better shape over the weekend. temperatures with the windchill, feels like 39 in gaithersburg. feels like 43 in leesburg. if you are going out to a high school game dress for the 30s tonight. feels like it's 25 for our friends over in oakland across the divide. so windy again, cold for high school football. windchills in the 30s. a cold start tomorrow. will you need your jacket and your sunglasses all day on saturday. which is kind of good. we've not needed our sunglasses too much. for tonight partly cloudy, windy and cold, a one-blanket night. winds northwesterly 10 to 20 and gusty. tomorrow breezy and chilly, need a jacket. 30s and 40s. winds out of the northwest 10 to 15. so early in the morning windchills will be in the 20s. i hope to see sue out for the autism speaks walk across from the national history museum. an easy walk. no pets please. terps forecast, partly cloudy, windy and chilly. yellow jackets in town. 48 to 5 4. you will need a jacket for the entire game, especially if you are in the shade. by afternoon, partly cloudy, windy and chilly. highs saturday afternoon in the low
in easton by the way. we've got temps now -- windchill temperatures anyway in the 30s to low 40s. so not too windy but certainly jacket and glove weather. when i show you the satellite and radar combined you see plenty of clouds and we've got the rain showers at lower elevations and mountain snows and a few -- this is more -- the bark is worse than the bite but a few sprinkles north and west of d.c.. let's check in with monika samtani with timesaver traffic. >>> luckily the police activity is on the southbound side of 395 but nevertheless it's there and you need to know about it. a live look at what's going on with the arrow board set up and police activity here. this is southbound 395 right here at route 110 and left the ramp open in case that's where you're going. you've going to be okay coming off the 14th street bridge and exiting here or heading further south on to 395. it's early and there are no delays. northbound 395 by the way is not affected by this incident. let's go over to another live picture this time in maryland. southbound 270 still looking great as you leave frederick down
. temperatures aren't as bad as yesterday. especially around fargo and minneapolis. but windchills in the teens cover a good chunk of the country this morning. and it's chilly all the way down to dallas with 35 as your windchill. it's cold in the midwest but dry and sunny. we've got rain sliding through louisiana, mississippi and alabama. but that storm on the east coast will be gone by tomorrow. and everyone clears out. then we focus our attention to a big storm for the west coast. >> all right, bill, thanks. >>> well, just ahead, another "two and a half men" calamity and brad pitt defends his chanel ad. >>> plus, the celebrity reviews are in for lindsay lohan's elizabeth taylor. bill says they were great. the reviews, not so much. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. arts with adding a friend... ♪ ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on, offering some of our best values of the year. this is the pursuit of perfection. yeah, i might have ears like a rabbit... but i want to eat meat! [ male announcer ] iams knows dogs love meat. ...bu
and light winds. that was one of the saving graces the light winds so we don't have these biting windchills to deal w. here's the bus stop forecast. it's mostly cloudy and cold this morning. temperatures, there's some areas in the 40s but you've got to be right by the chesapeake because the bay holds on to a lot of heat so that's still warm. sunrise for the until 6:51. we'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine today. kind of cloudy out there right now but we'll see some breaks for sure. 48 by noon. not much warmer than that. maybe 50 by 2:00 or so. by 4:00 48. we're back to 46 at 8:00 p.m. once again we'll be mainly in the 30s for the overnight lows with a few spots in the upper 20s. in fact this morning you'll see in northern loudoun county, lovettsville is 28. haymarket, centreville both 35 degrees. ath warmer to the south fort belvoir. same story at andrews and toward upper mar barl -- marlboro 38. cloudy, good visibility with 41 and a slight wind out of the northeast at 6. the windchill currently 37 at reagan national. across the country, we've got some storms we're going to watch come on
northeast wind at 13 the windchill this morning, definitely a factor. it feels like 34 out there. satellite and radar combined, we've got some energy on the backside here but this is the nor'easter that is developing and strengthening and it's really going to hit the coast very hard. there could be some gusts over 50 miles an hour later today. tonight along coastal areas that just don't need it. our futurecast showing the big area of low pressure well to our east. the moisture being thrown back toward the coast and the form of snow here even by midday across central new jersey, northern delaware. feeling some rain showers and there may be a couple more rain showers closer to us by lunchtime. then in the afternoon remember northeasterly winds coming around the low that's going to throw moisture back here. rain d.c. east, may mix with change into some wet snow north and east of us, this is where we'll have some snow even into tonight. 11:00 still snow falling on the eastern shore up through new jersey. southern new york and parts of new england. then tomorrow you know this low is barely movin
will be chilly if anyone planning on coming out here for the great show, about 39 degrees or so. windchills up this morning because of the storm that kicked through the northeast yesterday. so temperatures will be on the cool side all day long throughout much of new england. windchill for the ceremony about 32 degrees. southern new england picked up an inch or two. the store hm has moved out. temperatures this morning hovering right around the freezing mark, so esecondary roads could be an issue. airports will be clear, no problem. it's very chilly across the entire country. all the way from the northern plains even down to texas. florida is one of the only warm spots left in the entire country. so the forecast for today, nice and simple, beautiful day from the rockies all the way to the east coast. it's chilly, but the afternoon will be dry and sunny. the west coast, though, huge storm. the next three days in a row, you'll get drenched. a lot of heavy rain all the way up to portland and seattle. but once again, beautiful tree behind me. looks like it should be a good show tonight. weather not
and dress with the windchills. monika? >>> on the northbound side of i- 95 in maryland crews dealing with an overturned box truck after route 32 and closer to 175. watch out for it. i think they're just moving the camera around to see if they can find it. i'll keep you posted on that situation coming up in my next report. mike? >>> here's what's making news now. guatemala's president declared three days of mourning following a huge earthquake that killed 50 people. 20 people are still missing, this was a 7.4 magnitude quake. it's the strongest tremor there since 1976 when an earthquake then killed more than 20,000 people. >>> the director of the massachusetts pharmacy board has been fired over the deadly meningitis outbreak. the director failed to respond to complaints about the company where the tainted steroids' injections originated. that led to a third contaminated batch being shipped out. the outbreak claimed 31 lives and sickened hundreds. >>> the california man behind that everyone muslim film that came out recently is going to spend the next year in prison. a judge sentenced
for the low. that's going to be a very cold windchill here going into thursday. for wednesday, winnipeg, 5, denver at 23 and houston, you're the warmest spot on the map here at 27. right along the gulf coast. over towards japan, we've been watching this storm system for a few days now, spinning off just towards the west of hokkaido. it's really been kicking up rough weather. over 320 millimeters of rain has been seen here in the past 24 hours. record breaking for the month of november. not to mention, we're seeing these gusty winds over 100 kilometers per hour. and 120 millimeters of rainfall is going to be effected across this area as the storm system continues to move across the northern portions. we have high pressure coming in behind it bringing in fair weather to western japan. colder, but fair weather. not for long though. see this area? that's going to develop and push off towards the east there in central china, then moving off towards the east into western japan over weekend. zero for your high. the flip side, down in the tropics, still to the 30s. let's look into europe. also wat
for the skier, you're happy, but for everybody else, it's going to be bringing some very dangerous windchills, that blowing snow on the roadways. also, if you plan on flying in and out of this area, those cross winds up to 80 kilometers per hour, that's going to be bringing very dangerous flying weather so definitely want to watch this closely. winnipeg with a high of 2 only. houston on the other side there at 28 for your high on your thursday. let's take a look at europe. here into the iberian peninsula, portugal and spain seeing some widespread rain showers here. this has been continuous over the past several days so, flooding is high risk, not to mention even mud slides as this storm system continues to linger and look off towards the north. this frontal area, deep and potent storm system moving across the british isles on your friday. some persistent showers are expected, rolling nearby across much of that reason region. meanwhile, in turkey, thunderstorms, even some hail and lightning expected out of this one. temperatures in eastern europe in the single digits, moscow with a high of 6,
this morning in the wake of that nor'east nor'easter. windchills in the 20s as far south as philadelphia, buffalo, and pittsburgh. everyone still without power, hopefully they're not in their homes. a little warmer than yesterday today. yesterday we were in the range -- we were heading into the 40s. today we should get into the 50s all the way from boston to hartford. we should take another couple inches off that snow pack. funny saying that this time of year. rest of the country, southeast looks cold and chilly to start. the storm in the northwest it the one we'll track through the weekend. we'll watch that on saturday. the worst of it will be heading into the midwest. could watch good storms from minneapolis through areas of nebraska. sunday, areas of rain. watch out in chicago during the day on sunday. possibly a watchoshout at times. the middle of the country is going to get a little stormy. >> all right, bill. thanks so much. >>> just ahead, bond is back, and a new take on an old president. plus, whether you're team edward or team jacob, twilight mania is in full swing. your enterta
to be accompanied by very strong, cold winds, so we also have the windchill factor to take into consideration as well as blowing snow, drifting snow, blizzard conditions here, as well icy roads. you could start to see some of that snow heading up to the upper midwest by sunday. now, temperature-wise, minus 5 in winnipeg. remember, that is going to feel a lot colder. 8 degrees in vancouver as well as seattle. but then down towards the south, a hot day in houston at 28. and we have 24 in miami as well as mexico city. all right. on into europe we go. there is a large system here dominating the northwest. you'll see it very clearly in the cloud. it's just hovering to the south of iceland, sending in these fronts across the british isles as well as skanld knave ya. now, you are going to be seeing some heavy rain at times, lots of showers, upper-elevation snow, as well. but the main factor that you're going to be encountering with this system is going to be the very gusty winds you can see coming off of that low. now, down to the southwest we're seeing showers moving across iberia. don't really wan
making for dangerous windchills, so it feels a lot colder than actually the figure on the thermometer because of the winds coming in. there is about 34 centimeters of snow accumulating in some areas, leading to road closures and suspension of buses. behind the strong winter storm is going to be high pressure. now, on one hand, that's good news because it means that the snow is going to be moving out and the skies will be clear. but it also allows for some very chilly air to hang around, and so things are not going to be getting much warmer. very, very chilly up here, but settling down. that is the forecast. as for japan, well, one storm moves out, and another one moves in. there is going to be some snow. it's not going to be quite like what we saw in northeastern china, and the upper elevations could be seeing some snow being buffeted around, though. and when that happens it can certainly lead to some problems with the driving. that's reduced visibility and some slick roads. most of the precipitation is going to be rain, though. along western japan and up in towards the north. the win
is 39. while it's 45 in the shenandoah valley. with a little bit of a windchill. feeling more like it's in the mid 30s in frederick and 39 martinsburg and feeling like 39 also at andrews. sandy's remnants still spinning across areas up into new york state now with showers and mountain snows. so a photo, i think in garrett county 30 inches of snow and that was yesterday afternoon. notice couple of sprinkles trying to reach the ground to our north and west. don't believe that too much of this is actually reaching the ground but if you have a rain drop on the windshield this morning not out of the we. upper 40s this morning shenandoah valley to about 55 here in d.c.. monika samtani good thursday morning. >>> good morning howardment on fourth street at moore street northeast, there there's a serious fire downtown and with that situation you have closures around the area. and if you're heading to 395, on the southbound side, there was an accident blocking the right side of the roadway southbound 395 here at duke street. so be aware of that as well. let's take a live look i believe it's bee
of the cold air struck down. windchill at 36. portland at 36. no problems whatsoever in the areas of southern california. no stormy weather today. most of tuesday will be nice, too. and a lot of sunshine. the next storm system is slow moving, well out here in the pacific. this hasn't died in northern california and aas of oregon. wednesday through friday, looks like a rainy period. could be heavy in areas of northern california. enjoy the dry weather and sunshine while it lasts. a nice day in many of the areas of the west. now here is a l 80s. it looks like a very wet and soggy end of the week. not bad for now. >> bill, thank you. >>> evidence overlooked in the casey anthony murder trial. >>> an alleged shoplifter dies in the hands of walmart workers. >>> tumble into the record books. you're watching "early today." >>> here are some of the stories making news on this monday morning. smoke filled the air above the garment district in bangladesh for the second time in as many days. no reports of injuries from today's please. at least 112 people killed and 100 injured when a garment factory went
for this time of year. nothing too brutal. the windchill is not bad either. the storm we're talking about, it's rotating and spinning around itself out here. one big storm went to the north heading just south of alaska. there's a couple other little pieces underneath it. slowly but surely all this mess will kick in to the west as we go through the next 48 hours. you can see the high, thin clouds sneaking into california, oregon and washington state. a huge area of high pressure tries to hold on for at least one more day. it's going to be a slow-moving system. once it starts raining on wednesday, a couple impulses that come onshore. then it looks like a three or four-day event and should kick out. the next 48 hours, notice the rainfall bullseye is here, central and northern california. again, that's 48 hours away. that will really add up when i show you the map tomorrow. today's forecast, enjoy it while itthe afternoon a little worse. definitely more sunshine towards arizona and southern california. >> as far as rainfall totals, some spots could get six to eight inches, maybe enough for minor
the tree up, and this is a look at last year's tree, temperatures will be around 39 with a windchill of 32. let's talk about the bad stuff. all the weather moving into the west. the rain has arrived. the much advertised heavy rain event has begun for northern coastal areas of california, ft. bragg, eureka, all the way to crescent city, inland areas will get drenched. it looks like the rain is creeping towards san francisco as we speak. how much rain? we have the potential to end up with inches of rain along the northwest coastal areas, possibilities of three to six inches. that could cause some flooding concerns in the days ahead. as far as the forecast is going to go, eventually this system is going to sprawl out and affect all areas from the northwest to southern california. make sure everyone has their umbrella handy and maybe a little patience as you're driving through the rain. soaked roads the highest of elevations. not going to get a lot of beneficial snow at the ski resorts out of this one. lynn, as i mentioned, these trees get donated every year. if you want to donate one, it has
're windchilling the dangerous highways and tracking the number of power outages. >>> a violent crime on a stormy morning. police in the south bay are investigating. w
this morning. still making it feel colder than it actually is morning and we have a slight windchill. we look at maryland's most powerful radar this morning, and we do have all the sweeps on scanning the skies. not a whole lot to scan on the radar side. but we are picking up some clouds this morning. those clouds will be with us as we head throughout the day but we will get a few peeks of sunshine here just not the brilliant sunshine that we saw tomorrow. as we go through the morning hours, like around 10:00, we'll be right around 43. and by lunchtime, that temperature coming in at 47 degrees. make sure you bundle up that high today only 48. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>> good morning. we have a crash to tell you about in west baltimore. this is right on glen falls parkway at windsor mill road. if you are traveling through the tunnels everything is up to speed. no delays whatsoever. as far as the justification is concerned as we -- jfx is concerned as we check in and take aloof hook north of 695, everything moving right along. no delays
the last couple of days. >> mid-40's? >> yeah. windchills are down close to 40 right now. >> i saw some sun out there. >> yes, a little sun peeking. north and west seeing more sunshine. still a few showers south and east and we'll slowly see the clouds and the showers pull farther away from us and more sun building in as we go through the afternoon. here's your day planner. get ready for a chilly afternoon where temperatures are going to struggle to get into the low 50s. some of you won't make it. some of you are going to stay in the upper 40s. with winds out of the north, northwest 10 to 15 gusting 20 or more the next few hours, it's going to feel even colder than that. by 7:00 we'll be down to 46. 9:44. -- 9, 44. tomorrow in town mid- to upper 20s in the colder suburbs. had the source around. made for a wet commute. it will be a much better afternoon commute. we're still looking at showers south and east of us here. huntington and prince frederick. here's calvert county. you still have the light showers around. st. mary's as well. charles, you're pretty much done with this and farther to
earlier and earlier and we have a bit of a windchill to deal with still, even though the winds have gotten lighter. you can see that feels like it's colder. some lices -- places feel like they're in the low 30s and dress for the chill the in, few hours and as the winds lighten up, it will be getting cold as the high pressure -- high pressure builds in overnight and means chore skies and temperatures drops into the 20s and 30s. if you had anything still remaining outside, they won't get issued anymore because the growing season is considered to be over. it will definitely be cold enough for a hard freeze in many areas, including 20s, upper 20s for hagerstown, martinsburg, winchester and into gaithersburg; 33, baltimore and 35 for d.c.; 29, cumberland and that is a cold one, for sure, and the temperatures below freezing in the suburbs, 35 degrees in the city and winds will lighten up a bit in the north to five to 10 miles per hour. a nice bright day tomorrow, staying cool, though, and below average. the temperature is about 50 degrees and not as windy tomorrow and prepare for chilly sunshine
dangerous weather accompanied by nearly 72-kilometer-per-hour winds creating that windchill, so frostbite will be a major factor. talking about cold temperatures, see all the areas in blue diving towards the south? those are freezing temperatures. winnipeg, a high of 2 on your thursday, denver is going to be getting up to 19, and as we look off towards the northeast behind that nor'easter, new york only getting into the single digits as we go throughout thursday. let's take a look over towards europe, though, into the uk. we're watching a low pressure area push through. that's going to bring some rain showers across the northern portions of the uk first and then moving down to the south, all across the british isles, as that system starts to move in, especially on friday. it's going to be a wet one here. meanwhile, into portugal and spain, a low pressure area's been lingering here for several days now, and over the course of several days, as that rain continues to pile on, that ground becomes saturated, thus, flooding is going to be high risk and even mud slides in and across that area. s
conditions and bringing very chilly air. windchill must also be taken into consideration. have a look at the temperatures. minus 4 in winnipeg, but it will feel much colder than that. so really starting to feel like winter across the north. however, down towards the south, a hot day in houston at 28 degrees. we have 26 for you in oklahoma city. we'll head now into europe where we're following a large storm sitting to the south of iceland. this one is sending in front affront across the uk and scandinavia. it's going to be bringing precipitation falling as rain mostly. you can see how powerful the winds are going to be, seeing how the lines are so close together. that shows you the gusts that are going to be coming towards the british aisles and scandinavia. over the next couple of days. the rest of the continent looking pretty good apart from two storms, one to the southeast and one to the southwest. let's start with this low moving across the iberian peninsula coming into southern san francisco and the alpine region with rain rather than snow and also some severe thunderstorms. we're
through time. 4 a for baltimore, for today, and also the windchill feeling a lot colder. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >>> we have an update on the water main break in mount vernon, misdemeanorson is re- opened -- madison is re-opened at gillford avenue. if you are traveling on 83, the off ramp to gillfords has also been re-opened. you will want to expect congestions that morning rush does start to pick up. no delays on the jfxs looking at normal conditions from the beltway, downtown to east fayette street. if you are traveling on 695, as we check in and look outside here at liberty road, rain on the camera, the roads going to be slick through to the rainfall. no delays, 11 minutes on the outer loop, 795, to 95, as we look at the time saver traffic drive times, no delays out on the beltway from parkville, all the way up to towson, 95 and white marsh in great shape. down to the beltway, we have an accident in white marsh, along the eastbound lanes of route 43, honey go boulevard. >> we are minutes away from 6:00. a boy gets a surprise of his life. courtesy of
a little bit, but even a five mile an hour wind will give you a little windchill. we will see sunshine tomorrow and plenty of it before we start to see some clouds from the south. still going to be rather school. then, turn your temperatures down to the south. we're going to go mostly cloudy during the day on thursday. a coastal storm will develop on friday. this one will move out to see. we'll see more clouds on thursday and friday. the next coastal storm, however, could have big implications from washington through philly up through new york. one more time, it could also have some problems out there on the roadways, especially i-95 and those coastal areas over the next few days, too. we're going to be talking about that the next few days. clear and cold tomorrow morning. coat wills be needed. and, for some, it's everything you've got. the coat, the gloves, the scarf, the hats, it's going to be cold. tomorrow afternoon, even with some sunshine. north winds at 10-15. that's going to make it feel even colder. if you can stay in the sunshine, that's the best place to be. saturday, a high
accompanied by gusty winds. so that made for dangerous windchill as well. the strong winds were accompanied by about 34 centimeters of snow in some places, and that led to road closures and the suspension of buses in the main city. behind the strong winter storm, high pressure is building in. so we're going to see things clearing now the the sky. but it is going to mean that things will stay very cold with that high pressure in place. let's take look ot our maps. this storm is heading across to japan. rather than heavy snow, we'll be seeing rain here. it could amount to as much as 100 millimeters or so along the western coast and the north. the upper elevations will be seeing some snow and we're also going to be dealing with some dropping temperatures. so watching those temperatures come down by a few degrees. the good news for us here in tokyo is we look like we're going to be escaping that heavy rain. back across the continent, very dry under that high pressure. in fact, you'll be seeing some more rain coming in from central china from wednesday. but for now you're looking pretty clear. y
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